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Eternal Watchman
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Posted: 2010-September-01 at 4:55pm | IP Logged Quote Administrator

This is pretty cool -- A website with a searchable database of planets found in other solar systems!

As of today they show 374 planets and you can search on any number of parameters for the planets or stars they orbit, with planets listed in table form or on a chart, and you can export the data as a comma-separated file for use in your own spreadsheets or other software.

Website: http://exoplanets.org/
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Posted: 2010-September-01 at 5:13pm | IP Logged Quote Voyager

That's great source of both information and inspiration,
thanks for sharing


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Thats awesome! Thanks!

Ok one thing: i can't find HD10180 there? too new? or do i just not know how to use the site yet


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regulus wrote:
Ok one thing: i can't find HD10180 there? too new? or do i just not know how to use the site yet

Yeah, I'm not seeing HD10180 there either.  From what I'm seeing in their Help section, it could be they're waiting for some sort of peer-review verification of the discoveries.
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